AMERICA THE GREAT MELTING POT
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|Born: 1668 Of Great Neck, NY|
|Married: 14 Oct 1696||!From "Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office,
City of New York", New York Historical Society Collections, vol 1, p 268.
!Liber 5-6, Page 128 ? Marriage license granted to RICHBELL MOTT and ELIZE THORNE, October 14, 1696.
|Died: Bef. 03 Dec 1734||Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Vol. 4
1734, Sept. 22. Will of Richbell Mott , of Hempstead , "being in great weakness of body"; proved Dec 3, 1734, mentioned: Wife, Elizabeth , to receive £20, per annum, and the use of his farm on Great Neck , as also all his personal estate save two negro slaves and an Irish servant boy, David , for whom he makes provision.
Son, Edmund , 5 shillings.
Son, Richard , a crop of winter wheat, if he assists his mother; also the negro slaves if he pays his mother £8.
From the sale of his lands at Madnan 's neck, his son, Richard , is to get £50,
Daughter, Elizabeth , £100,
Daughter, Mary , £90,
Daughter, Ann , £50,
Daughter, Jemima , £60,
Daughter, Keziah , £110 and
Daughter, Deborah , £40.
The residue of his estate is given to his four grandsons, Richbell , son of Adam Mott , of Staten Island ; Richbell , son of Edmund Mott , of Cow Neck , and Richard and Joseph , sons of Joseph Mott , of Cow Neck .
Executors: sons-in-law, Jonathan Townsend , Esq., of Oyster Bay , Joseph Mott , of Cow Neck , and his friend, Jacob Smith , of Hempstead .
1. Mary Mott b. Abt. 1698
2. Margaret Mott b. Abt. 1699
3. Edmund Mott b. Abt. 1700
4. Richbell Mott b. Abt. 1701
5. Anna Mott b. Abt. 1703
6. Elizabeth Mott b. Abt. 1705
7. Richard Mott b. 1710
8. Keziah Mott b. Abt. 1712
9. Deborah Mott b. Abt. 1714
10. Jemima Mott b. Abt. 1720
Richbell's great granddaughter, Anne Mott through son Richard married Richbell's brother, Adam Mott's, grandson, Adam Mott.